• Susan McClure

    Susan McClure is the publisher of Genome magazine.

  • The Launch of Genome Magazine (aka Why My Mission Is Personal)

    April 7, 2014

    Our first issue of Genome has arrived, and I’m thrilled to bring patients into the discussion about personalized medicine and its ability to transform healthcare.... Continue Reading »

  • Innovative Alzheimer’s Trials Focus on Prevention

    July 17, 2014

    The second issue of Genome is getting ready to go to press, and this time our editorial “deep dive” will explore how personalized medicine is... Continue Reading »

  • Genome Goes to School: A Tucson Teacher Spreads the Word About Personalized Medicine

    September 29, 2014

    I’m sure at some point in your life, you had a teacher or mentor who inspired you — someone who made you passionate about a particular... Continue Reading »

  • Jeanette McCarthy, MPH, PhD

    Jeanette McCarthy is the editor-in-chief of Genome, an adjunct associate professor of community and family medicine at Duke University, and a visiting associate professor of medicine at the University of California San Francisco, Division of Medical Genetics.

  • Redefining What It Means to Be Human

    September 29, 2016

    The British television series Humans takes place in a fictional present where synthetic human beings, “synths,” coexist alongside natural-born humans. In the show, the synths... Continue Reading »

  • Gut Check: I Got My Microbiome Analyzed, And So Can You

    April 9, 2014

    Yesterday I received a really geeky gift in the mail. I had been expecting it, but I didn’t recognize it when it came in a... Continue Reading »

  • Some Things in Life Really Are Free: Personalized Medicine Tools That Don’t Cost a Thing

    May 27, 2014

    Last month, I launched an online course through Coursera, one of a number of companies offering MOOCs — massively open online courses. The topic was... Continue Reading »